Vintage: Sheep in Washington Park 1906

Vintage: Sheep in Washington Park 1906

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Vintage: Sheep in Washington Park 1906
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Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted & Calvert Vaux, Washington Park is one of Chicago’s most significant historic landscapes. Olmsted and Vaux completed an ambitious plan for the park in 1871. The plan included a magnificent South Open Green- an open meadow on which sheep would roam to enhance the pastoral experience and keep the lawn trim. The meadow was not only enjoyed by flocks of Southdown sheep, but also park patrons who gathered for baseball, drills, and other athletics.

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Available with either ruled or blank pages, this hardcover 5" x 7" journal is durable and lightweight. The cover is structured and bend-resistant to protect 128 pages of quality, 90gsm paper stock.
A 6" x 8" spiral notebook fitted with a document pocket on the inside back cover. The cover is a malleable yet protective 350gsm material, housing 120 pages of 90gsm ruled paper stock inside.

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